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Re: Re: Microstrain Issues

Brandon Sights
You must be reading the Euler angles, which will produce errors (as
stated in the microstrain manual) at 90 degrees.

I am currently working on an all encompassing microstrain 3DM-G driver
that will even read a config file containing your calibration
certificate information and make sure the EEPROM values are properly
set.  When it is finished and I am happy with it, I will post it. It
should be within the next week or two.

Sincerely,
Brandon Sights
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----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Mansley <[hidden email]>
Date: Thursday, June 2, 2005 11:04 am
Subject: [Playerstage-users] Re: Microstrain Issues

> I submitted a patch to fix the Microstrain driver, so it would
> actually
> work.  I am still curious as to the format of the roll, pitch and
> yaw
> from the interface.  At approx. 90 degree rotation of the sensor,
> the
> output gives like 314.77, which should be in degrees.
>
>   Chris Mansley
>
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